|coffeehouse_Reuben_Jackson_132 - Mark Cohen|
Reuben Jackson reviews a collection of writings y the late Rachel Corrie, "Let Me Stand Alone", and confirms that she was a born writer with many and varied interests. Corrie was an American peace activist killed by the Israeli Army in the Gaza Srip.
Keywords: writer; peace; activist; Gaza
|coffeehouse_tch_Lisa_Rein_133 - Mark Cohen|
A new report by former US Attorney and Maryland Attorney General Steve Sachs, commissioned by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, documents that between March 2005 and May 2006 the Maryland State Police spied on peace and anti-death penalty activists, even knowing that none of the targets advocated violence. The State Police under the administration of Governor Bob Erlich went so far as to label certain pacifists as âterroristsâ...
Keywords: surveillance; spying; First Amendment; dissent; death penalty; peace; climagte
|The Coffee House - In Verse - Mark Cohen|
Poet Rei Berroa's "Three Variations on the Theme of Peace and the Dove".
Keywords: poetry; peace
|coffeehouse_Peace_Mural_135 - Mark Cohen|
A preview of artist Anna Huong's "Peace Mural" exhibition.
Keywords: mural; peace
|coffeehouse_135_obb - Mark Cohen|
On the December 2008 episode of THE COFFEE HOUSE: McClatchy's David Lightman on the financial plan to rescue the auto industry. Stewart Schwartz of the Coalition for Smarter Growth on whether the stimulus package will save faltering highway construction plans. Benjamin Civiletti, chair of the Maryland Commission studying the death penalty presents his Commission's recommendations. A preview of artist Anna Huong's "Peace Mural"...
Keywords: economy; rescue; bail-out; stimulus; highway construction; capital punishment; death penalty; dance; ballroom; Glen Echo; peace; mural; poetry; music